Neighbourhood Profile: Deep Cove

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Neighbourhood Profile: Deep Cove

The quaint beautiful village of Deep Cove is a 20 min drive from Vancouver located at the entrance of Indian Arm on the shore of North Vancouver. The community features kayaking, paddle boarding, a variety of dining options and many shops to browse. This majestic waterfront community is a great destination for a day trip or just for a meal.


Deep Cove homes range from charming cottage like homes to magnificent waterfront & view properties. For many, living in Deep Cove is the best of both worlds – a cottage community with a quaint village where everyone knows your name, just a few minutes from the 2nd narrows bridge with access to downtown Vancouver. Who wouldn’t want to come home to Deep Cove at the end of a long work day?


Cove Cliff Elementary
1818 Banbury Road
North Vancouver BC V7G 1W4
Phone: 604.903.3420

Seycove Secondary School
1204 Caledonia Avenue
North Vancouver BC V7G 2A6
Phone: 604.903.3666


Baden Powell Trail

The eastern section of the Baden Powell trail travels through North Vancouver from Deep Cove to the Lynn Valley Suspension Bridge. This section of the trail passes several scenic landscapes, from a view of Deep Cove and Indian Arm, to great canyon scenery of the Seymour River and Lynn Creek. Note that this hike has a different starting and ending point, so you will need to arrange transportation either back to your car at the starting point or through public transit.

Deep Cove Park

Adjacent to bustling Deep Cove Village at the end of Gallant Avenue, both Deep Cove Park and Panorama Park are popular waterfront Parks offer excellent views of Deep Cove, and provide a setting for boating and swimming, strolling and picnicking. This is the site of the summer Concerts in the Cove. A changeroom, boat house, playground and picnic shelter make Deep Cove Park popular for groups.

  • Location: Deep Cove Park is located off of 4900 Gallant Avenue; Banbury Road & Rockcliff Road
  • Size: Almost 5 hectares.
  • Community park, playground, change rooms, washrooms, boat launch, Deep Cove Boathouse, parking.
  • Swimming, beach, walking and hiking, seating area, picnic shelter, viewing area, picnic area, boating, forested greenbelt.
  • Dogs permitted on leash

Panorama Park

Overlooks the bay with a beach, sitting areas, a play area for kids and lots of grass. It is the easterly access point to the Baden Powell Trail. Panorama Park is located in downtown Deep Cove with open grass spaces, a beach, a kids play area, a gathering and BBQ area and lots of places to sit and take in the beautiful scenery. It is home of Deep Cove Daze and the Penquin Plunge

Deep Cove Parks & Trails

Quarry Rock

Just off the shores of scenic Deep Cove in North Vancouver sits a large rocky outcrop known as Quarry Rock (also known as Grey Rock in some hiking books). A hiking trail which is also part of the easternmost section of the Baden Powell Trail, leads to this point offering scenic views of Indian Arm and the mountains around Belcarra.


Arm’s Reach

A Deep Cove favourite with views of the water.  “Deep Cove is a crowd of suitably relaxed, yet discerning, food loving folks in flip flops” – The Georgia Straight

Team Clarke Favourite:
Caprese Salad and Linguini Pescatore

Honey’s Doughnuts

Honey’s Doughnuts has been serving Deep Cove with delicious homemade food & their famous doughnuts! Situated in the heart of the community offering home cooked and freshly prepared wholesome food. Honey’s is a haven to all people who enjoy the area’s outstanding natural beauty.

Team Clarke favourite:
Chocolate glazed doughnuts & tuna bagel melts.

Osaka Sushi

Team Clarke Favourite:
Sushi Pizza


Room 6

Room6 is a contemporary gift & clothing boutique nestled in between the mountains and ocean in oh-so-lovely Deep Cove. They support handmade & independent design from around the world…and in our own backyard.

La La’s

“putting the Ooh LaLa into gift giving and receiving since 1996”


Deep Cove Cultural Centre & Deep Cove Shaw Theatre

Deep Cove Stage Society was established in 1974 to produce Live Theatre Shows in North Vancouver. After teaming up with First Impressions Theatre, the two groups joined with The Deep Cove Heritage Society & Seymour Art Gallery to form the Deep Cove Cultural Centre at 4360 Gallant Avenue, North Vancouver.


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